Almost all widely distributed movies are either capitalist fantasies or aristocratic fantasies.
Although race is a socially constructed identity, it is still a real force in society, and racism can exist without a specific intent be racist.
The same struggles that take place in the analog world also take place in the digital world. The two worlds are distinct, but not separate.
Hegemony functions most effectively when it operates below the level of conscious awareness.
Read closely, Snyder’s Sucker Punch offers a radical-feminist deconstruction of female-protagonist action movies.
Of course we want to believe that when the hero fights, he fights for us.
What do the changing fortunes of a Hollywood screenwriter tell us about the fraught relationships between class politics and cultural politics? Quite a lot, actually.